India cannot subjugate people of Kashmir for long: Firdous Ashiq
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan said India cannot hold Kashmiris hostage for long.
She addressed a conference along with Kashmiri leaders in Islamabad on Wednesday.
She said that India’s nefarious acts regarding Kashmir show that it has lost its case in Kashmir.
Firdous Ashiq said Kashmiris will not accept any decision regarding their fate made at the hands of India.
She further stated that India has deployed hundreds of thousands of troops in occupied Kashmir.
Which will suppress the voice of the Kashmiris, but it will fail.
She opined that Pak should demonstrate unity for the Kashmir cause to send across a strong message.
She regretted that the opposition’s conduct and lamented the fact that they resorted to politicking on the issue.
They insisted issuance of a production order for the parliamentarians detained in various cases.
The Special Assistant said the media has an important role to play on the issue.
She also said that each and every Pakistani of its 220 million population was ready to sacrifice life for the cause of Kashmir.
Indian abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A was itself a proof, Firdous Ashiq said.
India has been defeated in Occupied Kashmir despite deployment of over 900,000 Indian troops in the state, she said.
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